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10 Foods to Eat If You Have High Blood Pressure

High blood pressure is a common problem in today’s societies, especially where people are living a fast life, eating fast food and are always on the go. High blood pressure can be prevented with regular excercising and healthy eating, but if you already have a little bit higher level, it’s important to pay attention to your every day habits and keep your health from declining. We have gathered 15 foods which you should eat if you already have high blood pressure or you just want to do something for your own health.

1. Yoghurt
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A box of yoghurt contains the suggested daily amount of calcium and also a lot of magnesium. It’s a good idea to start your day with a yoghurt, maybe eat some fruits with it.


High blood pressure is a common problem in today’s societies, especially where people are living a fast life, eating fast food and are always on the go. High blood pressure can be prevented with regular excercising and healthy eating, but if you already have a little bit higher level, it’s important to pay attention to your every day habits and keep your health from declining. We have gathered 15 foods which you should eat if you already have high blood pressure or you just want to do something for your own health.



2. Spinach
SpinachGreen leafy vegetables, for example spinach or ruccola has a high amount of kalium, which is essential for keeping the balance of blood pressure.



3. Salmon
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Salmon is rich in omega-3-fatty acids, which helps to normalize blood pressure and also has a role in controling the normal heart rate.

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